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David Hodson OBE MICArb presented a paper on the role, benefits and concerns of digital technology in the family law system at the seventh World Congress of Family Law in Dublin.
Sara Hunt, knowledge lawyer for the family team at Farrer & Co, discusses how family law firms can effectively share knowledge.
New scheme to help international families receives global praise.
Mena Ruparel comments on Hart v Hart  EWCA 1306 Civ.
Stacey Nevin and Katie Newbury discuss the imminent conflict between immigration law and family law.
Daniel Eames gives his thoughts on the DEEU’s recent paper ’Enforcement and Dispute Resolution’.
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Reforms to systems at Manchester court put on hold due to concerns from users.
Two major family cases in Lady Hale’s in-tray may form her legacy as president of the Supreme Court.
Court of Appeal says judge did not err when he awarded £3.5m to Karen Hart.
Judge warns against publication of any information that might identify five-year-old in care.